After losing a major fight, a professional MMA fighter returns home from Vegas, where he reunites with various individuals from his past - including a father/son duo who recruit him to engage in their daring bank heists.
FBI Agents Luke Murphy and Jessica Rosen must resort to creative and unethical methods to combat Noah Moretti and his criminal crew who have partnered with a major cartel to traffic young women and children.
The movie opens as Johnny Thompson loses a vital MMA match in Vegas. Because of his unscrupulous dealings, he flees Vegas and returns to his hometown of Kansas City. Things heat up when Joe McCray, the bookie from Vegas, arrives in Kansas City with two of his lackeys to collect from Johnny. As this is occurring, Jason and Tom Perkins, a father son duo who operate a nail salon, are looking for partners to join in their daring bank heists after one of their partners is killed. Jason and Tom learn that Johnny, with whom they worked with years before, is back in town. They decide to approach Johnny with an "opportunity". Johnny agrees to join them, but the situation progressively deteriorates when the FBI and Joe McCray begin to suspect (with good reason) that Johnny is behind the bank heists. An array of characters enter the picture to complicate the plot, including: Eric Hoffman (a corrupt banker), Brennan (an amateur race car driver), Jason's wife, Johnny's son, Johnny's ex-wife, ...Written by
This is an amateur production, at best, with no imagination in the story line nor cinematography. The acting is non existent, most stand there and simply say their lines like a junior school play. Unwatchable, and that's being kind. No spoilers needed as the fact this film will spoil any time you waste watching it. I usually cross reference movies on IMDb, particularly 'arthouse' films and was pleased to find this movie was over 8 - the fact only about 20 people reviewed it should have been a warning - they are quite obviously the cast, crew and friends (which would probably make up about 20). My partner and I simply could not sit through the entire length as it was so bad. If you don't believe this review I challenge you to watch it and comment on this post.....
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